The curriculum at Mother’s Pet is dynamic as we are continually upgrading to keep up with international standards. What makes our system unique is the ZONE System (patented) introduced by our Director Ms. Radhika Rajwade after her internship abroad at Early Childhood Centres. The Zones English, Number Work, General Awareness, Art and Craft, Music, Dance, Skating, Story Telling and Puppetry are headed by experts whose subject competence lends that extra edge to the teaching learning process. Children visit the Zones accompanied by their class teachers. Movement is essential for Early Childhood learning thus making it JOYFUL too.
This technique aims to enhance conceptual learning in children, wherein they move to designated zones for learning different subjects. Headed by a Zone Teacher, regular movement keeps children engrossed and minimises boredom.
Children are taught the letters of the alphabet and their sounds. Later, they learn to blend the sounds phonetically to form words. This improves their fluency and builds their vocabulary.
Encouraging participation from all the children, this activity helps develop attention span of children, promoting their oral communication, while also evolving their emotional quotient and building their self-esteem.
This activity promotes team work as well as social skills. By coordinating the parachute together, children learn about cooper ative play, while experiencing improved concentr ation and motor skills. A fun activity, it truly adds joy to the learning process.
At MPK, mornings begin with a structured program (KG 1 and KG 2) with our calendar activity, where children learn the concept of graphs, tens and ones, besides other skills.
A selfdirected, experiential learning module, it teaches children to use painting, drawing, sculpting, drama and other forms of art to express themselves and their experiences.
This approach reveals the importance of social and emotional skills, other than academic skills. An in-depth exploration of a given topic helps foster collaboration, critical-thinking and problem-solving abilities.
Aimed at self-directed learning by using Montessori equipment and performing EPL activities, this method promotes self-confidence, critical thinking and independent thought and action.
A language learning process, it brings alive stories and songs unique to our Indian culture, and allows children to learn by dis covery, in tuition and sensory engagement.